Grand Canyon National Park is continuing to evaluate and adapt to changing COVID-19 guidance, and is adjusting operations as needed. The information presented here is primarily to help you plan a visit during 2021.Visit this web page for the current list of what is open, and for park-wide updates >
A wide variety of Grand Canyon Maps, Trail Guides and Field Guides are available online from our non-profit partner Grand Canyon Conservancy. Your purchase goes towards protecting and enhancing Grand Canyon National Park for present and future generations.
(2.5 MB PDF File) revised 2/2015 Shows Grand Canyon National Park in relation to Las Vegas, NV, Flagstaff, AZ, National Forests, Indian Lands, and major area highways.
The region shown in this map includes 1) on the left edge of the map, Las Vegas, NV and Needles, CA 2) across the bottom, Interstate 40 from Needles, CA, east, through Flagstaff, AZ, to Gallup, NM. 3) on the right edge, starting at Gallup, NM, then, north to Colorado Nat. Monument, 4) Finally, bounded across the top by Interstate 70 crossing the state of Utah until it meets the intersection with Interstate 15.
Grand Canyon National Park is located east of Las Vegas, NV.
North of Interstate 40 and the cities of Williams and Flagstaff, AZ.
East of the Navajo and Hopi Indian Reservations, and south of the Utah state line. The Colorado River is shown through the entire 277 mile transect of Grand Canyon National Park.
Public and tribal lands are show in different colors.
Tribal lands are show in purple and reservation boundaries are shown for the following tribes: Navajo, Hopi, Hualapai, Havasupai, Kaibab Paiute, Shivwits Paiute, Zuni, and Ute Mountain.
National forest lands are shown in green, and include, Coconino, Prescott, Sitgreaves, Kaibab, Dixie, Fishlake, and Manti-La Sal.
National parks are shown in vermilion, and include, Petrified Forest, Grand Canyon, Zion, Bryce, Capitol Reef, Canyonlands, and Arches.
National monuments are shown in orange and include, Wupatki, Sunset Crater, Walnut Canyon, Tuzigoot, Montezuma Castle, Canyon De Chelly, Navajo, Grand Canyon Parashant, Vermilion Cliffs, Grand Staircase Escalante, Pipe Springs, Rainbow Bridge, Cedar Breaks, Natural Bridges, Hovenweep, Canyon of the Ancients, and Colorado.
National Recreation Areas are shown in yellow and include, Lake Mead, and Glen Canyon.
Links to a higher resolution version of this map (3.2 MB jpg file) This map shows the South and North Rims with everything in between. This is the "big picture," generalized overview. Distant features on the North Rim are shown at a smaller scale than foreground South Rim areas.
This is the map that you will receive when you enter the park and it shows the location of village parking areas, shuttle bus stops, and how to access scenic overlooks and visitor services. Information about services, facilities and overlooks are printed on the back side of the pocket map.
Backcountry Hiking Brochure and MapThis foldable brochure is for day and overnight inner canyon hikers. It gives information about hiking the Bright Angel, South Kaibab, and North Kaibab trails, as well as permit, planning, Leave No Trace, and Hike Smart information. It is distributed at park visitor centers and backcountry information centers.
The web version of this publication is formatted to print on standard 8.5 x 11 letter-sized paper. You may download Introduction to Backcountry Hiking (680kb PDF file)
North Rim Pocket Map and Services Guide
In place of a newspaper, the North Rim Pocket Map and Services Guide is now being distributed at entrance stations, visitor centers, lodges, campgrounds, stores, and out-of-park locations. Download it here... The North Rim has a short season with lodging & food service available May 15th through October 15 of each year.
Interactive Grand Canyon Geologic Map
By Arizona Geological Society and United States Geologic Survey (USGS)
Last updated: December 4, 2020